Into The Breach is one of the large eSports organizations that have teams in several games, such as Dota 2. That said, the squad is now a part of the CSGO world because it signed a new roster.
Into the Breach
Into The Breach decided to get its own CSGO roster at the start of the 2023 season. Following the decision, Orgless Heroes’s roster is not a part of the new squad, and it will have several big names in it.
Starting with Cai “CYPHER” Watson, the team will also have the likes of Thomas “Thomas” Utting, Sebastian “volt” Malos, Karol “rallen” Rodowicz, and Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel. Unsurprisingly, all of them are fairly popular in the online betting scene.
What’s interesting about the new team is that Thomas was already a part of Into The Breach. However, we didn’t have a permanent role in the team because he had to stand in. He tried his luck in a couple of other teams, such as Monte, but things didn’t work as planned, so he decided to join Into The Breach.
Volt and rallen also had a similar experience because both players were a part of several rosters in 2022. However, it seems like all of them have finally found their home in the face of ITB.
What led to this decision?
Those who’ve followed the CSGO scene now that Into The Breach already had a roster until a couple of months ago. It consisted of several Swedish and British players, such as draken and RuStY, but ITB decided to release it after many disappointing results. Unsurprisingly, the organization wanted something new, so it decided to get a new roster of several popular names.
Following the drastic changes, ITB’s roster looks the following:
- Cai “CYPHER” Watson
- Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel
- Karol “rallen” Rodowicz
- Thomas “Thoamas” Utting
- Sebastian “volt” Malos
Three of ITB’s roster are from the UK, one of them is from Poland, whereas the other one is from the Netherlands. Interestingly, their coach is Gustavo “Juve” Alexandre, one of the popular Portuguese CSGO players.